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On 11/02/14 07:33, Jay Lozier wrote:
According to is written in Python
2.4. AFAIK, is should run on the Python 2.7.5 interpreter correctly
which is installed on Ubuntu. The only issue I see with the older
version of Python is the possibility of features deleted in Python 2.7.5
being used by appy.pod. I would check with to see if
there are any issues.

I had Python 2.7 and Ubuntu 13.04 before, and it worked perfectly. The
problem came with the upgrade to Ubuntu 13.10. Before the upgrade I
could launch python (version 2.7.x) and say "import uno" and it worked.
Now it doesn't work anymore:

$ python -m uno
/home/luc/pythonenvs/py27/bin/python: No module named uno

And it *does* work with python3:

$ python3 -m uno

Oops, while explaining this, I googled again and found that this is a
known problem in Ubuntu packaging:

This doesn't solve the problem, but I shows that this list is not the
right place to complain. Thanks, Jay, for your answers which helped me
to understand.


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